Roxanne Dubarry

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Love # 2


Congratulations! Your wonderful
marriage will surely endure throughout
your lifetimes. Just always remember to be
very patient and kind. For, warm and friendly
relationships never grow cold. And true love is
far mor precious that either silver, or gold.
John, and Brooke, you love for each other can be as
gentle as a newborn fawn and as stately as an
evergreen tree. The secret to real happiness
has no price tag, but is free. That's why your
sucessful marriage is so very important to me.

Love as always,
February 1989

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

The second version is: more personal because I added their names,
John, and Brook. I also wished them Congratulations, which is a
word omitted from my earlier version. To the best of my knowledge, they made a sucessful marriage and life.

For special occassions you can either write your own poem, or
by a greeting card. I have done both.

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